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 Northwest Vista College Library
1st Floor, Redbud Learning Center (RLC)
3535 N. Ellison Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
(210) 486-4513
Mon - Thu: 7:30am - 8:30pm
Fri: 7:30am - 4 pm
Sat: 8:30am - 2:30pm

Parking Permits & Campus Access Fee

* PLEASE NOTE: Parking permits will NOT be required for Fall 2014.

Beginning in Fall 2013, all Alamo Colleges' students and employees will pay a Campus Access Fee in order to park at any of the Alamo Colleges' campuses, off-site locations or district offices.

For students, the fee of $25 per semester is included when they pay their tuition and fees each semester, with the maximum fee paid not to exceed $50 per year. Once students pay their tuition and fees for the semester, they can get up to two parking decals or a VIA bus pass at no extra charge. The parking decal(s) allows students to park in any of the Alamo Colleges' surface parking lots designated as "Student Parking." 

Employees will have the Campus access Fee deducted from their paycheck each pay period.  More information may be found in Alamo Share.

Students and employees must have a parking decal on their vehicle to park at any Alamo Colleges' location. However, a parking decal does not guarantee a parking space.

For students and employees at Northwest Vista College, the parking decal also allows them to park in the parking garages on campus.

To learn more about parking rules and how to order your decal online, click here.

Tickets and Towing

  • No Parking SignParking tickets will be given and cars could be towed if they are parked illegally.  * PLEASE NOTE: Parking permits will NOT be required for Fall 2014.
  • Anyone parked on any part of the road adjacent to Loop 1604 will be towed.  
  • Anyone parked on the grassy or dirt roads will be towed.  
  • Anyone parked blocking the flow of traffic will be towed. 
  • Fees/fines may be paid at the Business Office in the Cypress Campus Center.

Who to Call



General Information

Evening/Weekend Office
Mountain Laurel Hall (MLH), Rm 135

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What is SOBI?

SOBI: Strategies of Behavioral Intervention is a process for identifying and working with students in distress or displaying potentially disruptive, threatening or violent behavior. Early and effective intervention can protect the student and the campus. If you see something, tell someone.

If you have any misconduct to report or a grievance you wish to have heard, please visit the

Student Toolbox - A place to report misconduct and grievances...